Long-term Shift In LPG Cracking Economics
1st September 2010 by

  Source of picture: the truth about cars   By John Richardson WHEN my fellow blogger Mali...

China to invest in Iran petrochemical projects?
31st August 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan The recent sanctions are making business operations difficult for Iranian petroc...

Diminishing Returns From Middle East Projects
30th August 2010 by

Downtown Riyadh     By John Richardson As my fellow blogger Malini Hariharan wrote last we...

The Unexpected Bonus For Polyolefins – In Summary
26th August 2010 by

Every dark cloud has a silver lining… By John Richardson GLOBAL polyolefins markets are being ...

Adapting to a new environment
24th August 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan The blog has been regularly highlighting the changes to the Middle East petroche...

Polyethylene Price Recovery Built On House Of Cards
18th August 2010 by

  Source of picture: keplarllp.com   By John Richardson It always seemed as if the Asian p...

China’s Unstoppable Consumption Juggernaut?
13th August 2010 by

    The major long-term shift in US refinery economics and C3s   Source of picture: b...

Saudi PP producers react; put pressure on India
12th August 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan The Gulf Petrochemical and Chemicals Association (GPCA) is speaking up on behalf...

Saudi Feedstock Problems Worsen
12th August 2010 by

SABIC headquarters in Riyadh   Source of picture: france24.com   By John Richardson The da...

ExxonMobil Says Qatar C2s Still On
11th August 2010 by

By John Richardson EXXONMOBIL is insisting that its cracker and derivatives project with Qatar Petro...

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